Pros πŸ‘ and Cons πŸ‘Ž of Getting Your Degree πŸ“œ Abroad πŸ—Ί ...

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This article goes over some of the most commonly known pros and cons of getting a degree abroad. Many people do not consider studying abroad because the first thing that comes to mind is difficult foreign languages and shoddy ill-built institutions. This is because the popular mass media has used foreign institutions as something to poke fun at. For example, on the Simpsons, they show an Indian class that has three thousand students in one lesson. These small jabs at foreign institutions have lead to a general consensus that American Universities are far superior to any other. This article gives a few pros and cons for studying in foreign countries, including studying in first world countries (Canada, Europe, and Australia) and less well-off countries.

Pros

1. It May Be Cheaper to Live

In some countries, you can buy several of their currency with just one dollar. You will find that some countries will allow your few dollars to go a lot further, and therefore once you are over there, you can live quite comfortably on a fraction of what it would cost you to live in your home state.

The Tuition Fees May Be Cheaper